Dec 8, 2013 9:00pm EST
law that if the rules of the european union there will be a referendum. that is a position my party believes in. that is our guarantee to the british people that a referendum will take place when certain circumstances determine it. i understand his party is having a debate, which is not changing that position. weshould stick to what legislated for in the summer of 2011. >> my honorable friend wanted to know whether the british value for money -- yes or no? >> our judgment is, yes. [laughter] easy though it might meet to make easy judgments about the company, according to the markets, we on this issue and several other issues have determined to take a long-term view, not score short-term political points. the acting prime minister has been outstanding today. if you were listening on the radio, you would have thought he was a right honorable member. you thought one of the immigration bills -- saw one of the immigration bills calls for the transitional area of bulgaria to continue. does he agree with that? >> i'm glad he hasn't raised his morbid obsession with the early demise or death
Dec 8, 2013 9:30pm EST
, drink, like sports, go to law school. we are fine. and the men have the same critique and a funny way. they basically think feminism has been so victorious that women have basically taken over and there are several ways in which the men's rights movement and braces many of the original claims of men's liberation. for example, around men's health. now before they get angry and say that there is too much funding for breast cancer and about prostate cancer come up before they get there they say the traditional finish of masculinity means you are basically indifferent to health concerns. men do not go to the doctor as often for the routine screenings etc. all of those health issues are true and they come from a critique of the men spectrum and to that extent i think the men's movement has positive things to offer particularly about health and stress related diseases and how masculinity leads to -- that part i agree with that somehow because women have taken over the medical establishment and ththere's all thisthe result isr prostate cancer, i think not. or no funding for prostate cancer.
Dec 9, 2013 12:00am EST
for the first whichhe referendum lock for the first time guarantees a law that if the rules of the therean union change, will be a referendum. that is a position my party believes in. what willr guarantee take place when circumstances determine. my party will stick to what we legislated in the summer of 2011. honorable friend for glasgow north would want to know whether -- >> ourxpayers answer is yes. easy as it might be to make snapshot judgments about the company according to the price issue one day, we on this as in so many other issues take not score somew, political points. >> mr. speaker, has the acting prime minister been outstanding today? i think if you are listening on the radio you without he was a right honorable member -- i think he is turning into a tory. can we test at their? >> i'm glad he hasn't raised his morbid obsession with the early demise of the prime minister. i also want to thank him for his very mixed double complements. the prime minister made announcement last week where we're tightening up the access to benefits to those who might come from other parts